We are engaged in offering excellent quality Electrostatic Precipitator to our valuable clients. Designing of precipitator for optimum performance requires proper sizing of the precipitator in addition to optimizing precipitator efficiency.
Important parameters include the collecting area and gas volume to be treated. Other key factors in precipitator performance include the electrical power input and dust chemistry.
In ESP the flue gas stream is passed between two electrodes, across which a high potential difference is maintained. Out of the two electrodes, one is the discharging electrode and the other a collecting electrode. Because of high potential difference and the discharge system, a powerful ionising system is formed. Gas ionisation is the dissociation of gas molecules into free ions and potentials as high as 40 to 60 KV are used. Consequently, ionisation creates an active glow zone (blue electric discharge) called the corona or corona glow.